It was a dark and rainy night.  When the Evening Team of Kingston North Kitsap Rotary Club met at the Hansgrill, in Hansville, Thursday, February 1.
 
 
     The leader of the band, as per usual, was David Winn.  Undesignated host was Hansville's Tim Carr.  Winn called it "one of our best-attended meetings, ever."  
     One of the meeting highlights was the introduction of Seth DeNardi and Emmalyn Beede, newly-welcomed Evening Team members, who recently moved to the area from Spokane.  
     Jackie Baker provided an auction update, with a reminder that donated items are requested by Feb 15, for the March 9 auction.  Jackie urged folks to get their table reservations in.  Emily Froula told about the Interact/Key Club Potluck at Kingston High the following evening, Feb 2.  Tim told about the Hiway 104 Road cleanup (from downtown Kingston to Rite Aid) set for Feb 10 (meet at Borrowed Kitchen Bakery at 10a). Doug Hallock talked about the Scouts "free" movie, with donation highly encouraged, Tuesday, Feb 6, 6:30p, at Firehouse Theater.  And Jet reminded about Rotary's community meal, Feb 9, at Village Green Community Center.  She expects to serve as many as 150 beef cottage pies (mmm good).
     What starts with an auction and ends with cottage pies?   The list of good stuff local Rotarians are involved with, IN JUST THE NEXT FEW WEEKS.  We're off to a good 2024.